Yeah you should of learned about it in biology. I am not going to bore you with the specifics, but the process is pretty solid that they have. There are some off parts here and there, but the main idea is there, scientists are working at it. Heck I just saw a ground breaking documentary on how some of the early RNA coding enzymes might of formed and the cell walls of early cells. If you don't know how a specific protein is formed then you just don't go "well it don just bin God, herp herp."
Are you telling me there is some mystical science route that happened to happen somehow that can create life from non life?
Or you admit that there is a force out there that can create existence out of nothing.(god/gods)
Choose one. Those are the only two logical options.
If you choose option A I'll wait as you find evidence. Because there is absolutely none.
This entire "logic" fails when I ask, "what created God" assuming he/she exists.
Third argument based on second, if you can answer this then what created that, and what created that and what created that? ECT. ECT.
It's called infinite regression. Some of the Earliest philosophers knew of this, that when seeking answers to these questions it always creates another question if you answer the previous question with logic/science/anthing other than
god/gods that have power to create things from nothing.
Meaning the only real answer is that they exist/have existed.